Jules Verne, “The Begum’s ( बेगम ) Fortune”, 1879.

“Trees to caves, caves to farms, farms to cities, cities to cyberspace.” Jules Verne, “Paris in the Twentieth Century”, 1863 was the topic of an earlier blog post. Here I present: Jules Verne, “The Begum’s ( बेगम )Fortune”, 1879 which was a dystopian SciFi novel of city-planning.   The science of this SciFi novel is architecture. … Continue reading Jules Verne, “The Begum’s ( बेगम ) Fortune”, 1879.

Jules Verne, “Measuring a Meridian: The Adventures of Three Russian and Three Englishmen in South Africa”, 1872.

Jules Verne (1828~1905), “Paris in the Twentieth Century”, 1863 was the topic of an earlier blog post. Here I present: Jules Verne, “Measuring a Meridian: The Adventures of Three Russian and Three Englishmen in South Africa”, 1872 which was an African adventure SciFi novel. Africa (shown ABOVE) as a continent has four coastal rivers; and, … Continue reading Jules Verne, “Measuring a Meridian: The Adventures of Three Russian and Three Englishmen in South Africa”, 1872.

H. G. Wells, “The Shape of Things to Come”, 1933.

Alvin Toffler, “Future Shock“, 1970 was the topic of an earlier blog post. Here I Present:  H. G. Wells, “The Shape of Things to Come”, 1933 which was a SciFi story by Herbert George (H. G.) WELLS. H. G. Wells, “The Shape of Things to Come”, 1933 is a “future history“.  A future history is … Continue reading H. G. Wells, “The Shape of Things to Come”, 1933.

Jagadish Chandra Bose জগদীশ চন্দ্র বসু ,“Runaway Cyclone” পলাতক তুফান (Palatak Tuphan), 1896.

वाल्मीकि Valmiki, “Ramayana”; and, व्यासः Vyasa, “Mahabharata”,500 BC was the topic of an earlier blog post. Here I present: Jagadish Chandra Bose জগদীশ চন্দ্র বসু ,“Runaway Cyclone” পলাতক তুফান (Palatak Tuphan), 1896 which was a “weather control” SciFi from India.  The “Bay of Bengal” in the Indian Ocean is a place where cyclones make “landfall” … Continue reading Jagadish Chandra Bose জগদীশ চন্দ্র বসু ,“Runaway Cyclone” পলাতক তুফান (Palatak Tuphan), 1896.

Stanley Weinbaum, “Proteus Island”, 1936.

Arthur Guyton & John Hall, “Textbook of Medical Physiology“, 9th Edition, 1996 was the topic of an earlier blog post. Here I present:  Stanley Weinbaum, “Proteus Island”, 1936 was a “genetics” SciFi short-story. The protagonist in Stanley Weinbaum, “Proteus Island”, 1936 is a Zoologist named “Alan Carver”. Below is a table “taxon classification” in Zoology.  … Continue reading Stanley Weinbaum, “Proteus Island”, 1936.